No Haaland plans for Bayern Munich says directer Hasan Salihamidzic

Lewandowski has netted 48 goals in 41 club outings this season.

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The lethal Polish attacker, Robert Lewandowski has been associated with a summer switch away from the Allianz Arena, however, the German giants have no interest in selling. Robert Lewandowski’s summer transfer to Barcelona is still being explored, however, Bayern Munich director Hasan Salihamidzic has claimed that the newly-crowned Bundesliga champs have no plans to sell a valuable asset. 

The famous Polish attacker is now 33 years old, but he shows no sign of halting down and has extended to his record-setting status in Germany by netting 48 goals this campaign throughout all tournaments. He is still under deal until 2023, which has sparked the attention of Barcelona, but Bayern is eager to engage in extension discussions with a man who has recreated the Allianz Arena legacy over the last eight years.

Bayern seems to have no ambitions to recruit a successor for Lewandowski as long as he is still a component of their long term plans. They struck gold when wooing one established talent off from Borussia Dortmund in 2014, and a similar route might be pursued if efforts for Erling Haaland are undertaken.

Bayern Munich has previously acknowledged closely following a Norwegian international on the books of a rival competitor, but Salihamidzic claims via Sky90 that no concrete move is planned. Concerning Haaland, he remarked, “With Lewa, we have the best striker in the world, so it doesn’t make sense.”

After claiming their tenth Bundesliga title in a run in 2021-22, Bayern is anticipated to strengthen their squad on the next occasion. Lewandowski scored in Bayern’s 3-1 home triumph against Dortmund on Saturday, sealing Bayern’s ninth consecutive Bundesliga championship. They are conscious, though, of the significance of consistency and continuation, and contract talks are also planned involving long-serving keeper Manuel Neuer and striker Thomas Muller.